Mormon Kabbalah

Lamed Lamed Hei

“Sing praises to the LORD, which dwelleth in Zion: declare among the people his doings.” Psalms 9:11 Lamed Lamed Hei is a meditation for dreaming or entering the dream state. Dreams are a gateway to the subconsciousness. The Lord spoke to many prophets; Joseph of Egypt, Lehi, Omer, Daniel, and Joseph the husband of Mary are but a few (Genesis 37:5; 1 Nephi 1:41 RAV, 8:2 OPV; Either 4:3 RAV, 9:3a OPV; Daniel 7:1; Matthew 1:20). How do we know…

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Mem Hei Shin

“I sought the Lord, and he heard me, and delivered me from all my fears.” -Psalms 34:4 Mem Hei Shin is a meditation for healing. This can be personal or for others. It may be used for illnesses, physical, mental, or spiritual. It can also help with healing between relationships friends, family members, or coworkers. It can also help heal mundane woes, such as employments or financial troubles. Please follow and like us:

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Ayin Lamed Mem

“Return, O Lord, deliver my soul: oh save me for thy mercies’ sake.” -Psalms 6:4 KJV Ayin Lamed Mem is a meditation to help us remove negative emotions or thoughts. Negative emotions feed Ego, and we think selfishly as fear and panic rule us. Ayin Lamed Mem reminds us that God’s divine providence is by our side. As we find our centers and detach ourselves from negative influences, balance and harmony return to us. Please follow and like us:

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Samekh Yod Tet

“I will say of YHVH, He is my refuge and my fortress: my God; in him will I trust.” -Psalm 91:2 The third Name of God may be used to prepare ourselves both for miracles to come into our lives, and to preform miracles in God’s name. Is anyone sick? Samekh Yod Tet is a mantra for healing.  Please follow and like us:

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Teshuvah: the Restoration

“Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit.” -Psalms 51:12 Gevurah has given us the strength to return home. The final step is Chesed, Hebrew for “kindness” or “love.” This term is commonly used in the Bible to describe God’s love for mankind. It refers to “tikkun olam,” Christ’s mercy repairing the world. It is the foundation of the Law (Keter): Love God and Love thy neighbor (Leviticus 19:18, 33-34, Matthew 5: 43-48; 22:36-40,…

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Yod Lamed Yod

“But be not thou far from me, O Lord: O my strength, haste thee to help me.” -Psalms 22:19 The second Name of God may be used as a teshuvah meditation. It is used to recapture the spark of divine energy within us. This spark lights the fire of the Holy Spirit. Yod Lamed Yod is a mantra for meditation that can restore us with Christ’s Grace from both sin and the wear and tare of everyday life. It reminds us of who we truly are, and…

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Love Thy Neighbor

The following is based on a portion of a transcript from a sermon from November 21, 2015.  In the Torah, in Leviticus 19:18, the Lord says, “Thou shalt not avenge, nor bear any grudge against the children of thy people, but thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself: I am the Lord” (Holy Bible, KJV). This is an interesting concept, love thy neighbor as thyself. Sure, it’s not unfamiliar to Jews, Christians, or really any religion. This statement reflects the…

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